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Fresh Air, L.P. Blog : Archive for March, 2018

Don’t Fall Victim to These Common Cooling System Problems

Monday, March 26th, 2018

top view of an air conditioning unitIn our previous post, we talked about steps you should be taking in order to prevent common AC repair needs. Namely, you should be keeping up with your annual maintenance appointments (or biannual, if you’re using a heat pump). Without regular maintenance, you could find yourself facing any number of potential Houston, TX air conditioning repair needs.

In addition to system maintenance, you can best ensure the efficiency of your cooling system by:

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What Steps Are You Taking to Prevent AC Repair Needs?

Monday, March 12th, 2018

technician working on ac unitWith temperatures already beginning to warm up, the time to start thinking about our air conditioning systems is now. In order to prepare your system for spring, there are a few tasks you can do on your own. For instance, you should be changing your air filter every 1-3 months depending on the level contaminants in your home to protect your HVAC systems. You should also make sure both the outdoor unit and the indoor vents are unobstructed.

These are tasks that will help your air conditioner perform well this season, but what about preventing problems? For that, you need something a little more—professional air conditioning maintenance.

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HVAC System Care Tips for In Between Seasons

October 19, 2020

Here are some tips to help you stay comfortable and ensure that your systems are ready for the months to come.

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Why You Should Schedule Air Duct Cleaning ASAP

October 5, 2020

The truth, however, is that your ductwork can collect dirt, dust, fur, pollen, and other debris inside of them over time.

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